|Group 0 Round Robin Assending||r0||Take turns using each available Channel on group from lowest to highest|
|Group 0 Round Robin Descending||R0||Take turns using each available Channel on group from highest to lowest|
|Group 0 Ascending||g0||Use first available channel from lowest to highest|
|Group 0 Descending||G0||Use first available channel from Highest to lowest|
When the configuration mode is set to simple you will see the following items.
Permanent Auth Rejection
Determines whether failed authentication challenges are treated as permanent failures.
How long between retries
Expiration time for registrations in seconds.
Forbidden Retry Interval
Interval used when receiving a 403 Forbidden response.
Maximum number of registration attempts.
Interval at which to qualify.
SIP Server you register to
SIP Server Port
Contact User to use in request.
Context to send the Inbound Call to.
The Transport to use for connection
Check the desired codecs, all others will be disabled. Drag to re-order.
When the configuration mode is set to Advanced the following fields are added to the above.
Client SIP URI used when attempting outbound registration
SIP URI of the server to register against
Permanent contacts assigned to AoR
ENUM (E.164 Number Mapping) is a method, which uses a special DNS record to translate a telephone number into a URI (Uniform Resource Identifier). URI’s in turn can translate into an IP address or a specific extension at a specific IP address or perhaps end up back on the PSTN locally from the receiving system. This facility can be very useful for PSTN unification.
- Local/[email protected]
- SIP/[email protected]:5064
- IAX2/[email protected]
|Permanent Auth Rejection?:|
|Forbidden Retry Interval?:|
|SIP Server Port?:|